Posted by Dan in North Houston on October 30, 2012 at 09:33:19 from (184.108.40.206):
County extension agent has recommended that we disk up and re-seed about 50 acres of hay meadow. I don't have a disk, and need your recommendations / comments. I have a JD 4020, so I can pull a good size disk. Would a heavy offset disk work better, or would a regular disk be OK? I have located a 10' offset disk that looks pretty good. I don't have any experience with one, but I assume that it would have no trouble cutting the sod, whereas a regular disk might.
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